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. they are the words of the former heads of the shin bet, israel's secret service and the agency responsible for the country's internal security. in "the gatekeepers" by israeli filmmaker dror moreh, the six former shin bet chiefs are brought together to speak out for the first time ever. in separate interviews they detail their methods against palestinian militants and civilians in the occupied territories, including targeted killings, torture, recruiting informants, and suppression of mass protests during the two intifadas. but in doing so they also criticize the occupation they were assigned with defending and warned successive israeli governments have endanger their country's future by refusing to make peace. in this clip, yuval diskin, who headed the shin bet from 2005 to 2011, shares the doubts he's carried with him about the targeted killings of palestinian militants. >> that was yuval diskin, one of former six shin bet chief interviewed in "the gatekeepers ." joining a list of nominees that also includes another film about the israeli occupation, "five broken cameras", "the gatekeepe
of the big bets that president obama can make to cement his legacy abroad? joining me is martin indyk of the brookings institution, an assistant secretary of state for president clinton and also the author of "bending history, barack obama's foreign policy." i got to take part in a conversation of big bets, black swans, a presidential briefing where you and the team at brookings write about both some of the real dangers in foreign policy as well as some areas where the president can make an impact if he so chooses. there's a lot to digest including the fact a new secretary of state is going to be presumably confirmed by the senate, john kerry. and yet in the financial times as we do this interview it is hillary clinton and the questions she faced about the death of our ambassador and others in benghazi and her warning to an administration and her successor in the financial times headlines about mali. clinton fears a new haven. does he anticipate for north africa in a way he couldn't have anticipated when he comes into office is now unstable, think about tunisia, egypt, libya. and ther
lance always double down, when he is in trouble he doubles the bet and the oprah interview is in some ways the ultimate doubling of the bet, he pushes everything on the table and said, look, there is where i am going to try to do to get out of this. >> rose: so what are you looking for? each of you in the oprah interview? >> well, you know, i don't -- i was asking myself that same question and i really don't know what to say, like he will confess. >> rose: right. >> i don't, having done some reporting on lance armstrong i would fool myself i could interpret the thoughts of a goldfish before i think i know what lance armstrong is thinking so judging his contrition is not an issue to me, strategically this looks like 15 years of deny, deny nye until there was about penny left from deneigh and let's see what we can get from confessing so i think a lot of people will try to interpret his emotions and mannerisms and to me, i am in a place where i understand i can't even begin to do that, beyond his confession -- >> rose: what are you looking for, daniel? >> i am looking for what he says t
with more on the big bet. jon? >> reporter: maria, there's often a sell on the news effect with these events and also the reviewers, pretty universally positive on this device, but of all the reviewers i spoke to, i said would you dump your current phone for it? he said, i don't know. there's a question is this good enough? the u.s. launch comes in early march. that's a positive. it's not a thing where they are announcing it and maybe we'll get it in six months so that's good and alicia keys is joining rim as areat director. i spoke to torsten heinz in the last hour about what that means. he said she will be working on a project basis and will marshall troops behind her and bringing her message to the world. maybe that will help turn things around. more devices are coming this year. they will try to bring the bb-10 operating system to lower price points. maybe that expand the market a bit. smartphones are really growing and trying to grow in markets like north america which are largely saturated so those lower price points could be important for them. the big question though, will consumers
arenas across the middle east. and this yearslong bet by the islamic republic of iran on these groups has paid off, because now their regional allies have become the most influential players in their respective arenas today. the result is that today it is the islamic republic of iran and its ideas of participatory islamist governance and an independent foreign policy that has real influence, real power in countries across the middle east from egypt to baa rape that were -- bahrain that were once clearly in america's camp. in strategic terms, the islamic republic of iran has been and is using through its narrative not its drones, not its tanks, through its narrative they are using the political awakening of middle eastern publics to alter the very nature of power politics in the middle east. as we describe in our book "downing to tehran," this has been an effective foreign policy and national security strategy for the islamic republic of iran, one that is exactly and repeatedly underappreciated in the united states. and at this point i'm going to hand it over to flipt to continue -- flynt
you to that bet. it is time for you to smoke pot. he said i will. i will smoke a joint. that lasted for about a day. then the next day he had to say i'm going to have to step away from my bet. i'm not going to be able to fulfill it. his wife got really pissed at him. she said you have grandkids now and what kind of example do you think you're setting for your grandkids so he is not going to smoke marijuana as he promised in a bet. >> bill: what a wimp. >> totally wimped up. >> bill: the example you set for your grandkids is you obey the law. the law allows you to smoke pot. therefore i'm a law-abiding citizen. robert from marlboro, massachusetts. >> caller: good morning. >> bill: what do you think? >> caller: well, obviously the scouts, they go through a background check to be a scoutmaster. and i think exposing the youth to an alternative lifestyle will be a good thing. progressive and positive. you know, allowing gay men to become scoutmasters and active in the troops and -- will be a good thing. >> bill: what do you think if mississippi or missouri or tennessee still wants to hav
is a leader in every sense of that word. is he lib sflal you bet. is he more liberal than i am? you bet. he will offer the president his advice, but i guarantee you he is also a great soldier. the president makes a decision. jack lew will march forward. >> with lew's apointment to treasury, does the president need some binders full of women? >> the president believes that diversity is important because it -- having diversity increases the excellence of the pool of advisors around you, pool of the staff that you have here, and i think that's been demonstrated by the kinds of -- you know, the degree of talent that he has around him now and has had around him in the first term, and i think it will be true in the second term. >> guns and videos. will vice president biden get anywhere with the nra and hollywood today? >> the point i'm trying to make to you is that we realize this requires all the stake holders to give us their best ideas with how we deal with what is at the outset a complicated problem. a complicated did, no single answer. >> this manufacture should win every single award that a
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bet. >> shannon: a strange disappearance a world away. a new york woman is missing, she disappeared while traveling alobe in turkey. her passport and medical cards left in her hotel room. >> reporter: hey there. the fbi and the local turkish police have joined the search for the 33-year-old wife and mother of two. she was last seen leaving her hostel for dinner on monday night and seems to have vanished with very few clues, regarding her whereabouts, leaving behind her passport, clothing and phone chargers. she is a photographer and left her staten island home to take pictures in istanbul on january 7. she checked in frequently, texting family members and skyping with her two children, daily. her sister received a text message from her monday morning, but no one has heard from her since. she was planning to return tuesday, january 25, but missed home and decided to move her flight up to the 22nd. when her husband went to pick her up from the airport, she never showed. >> you know, have you so many thoughts going through your mind. you don't know what to think. you dont know what to
role -- >> i bet they haven't even traveled a quarter of the miles. >> john, you ought to have somebody there -- >> she surpassed a predecessor, i think it was madeline al bright who held the record. >> what was albright's record? >> this is a million miles. >> excuse me, hillary just passed that record in the last couple of months. so it's not that big a deal. >> john what you're saying -- >> pat, please, i would like to finish. >> go ahead. >> in terms of the accountability here, there was an accountability aboard that she appear pointed that reported, that calls for like 29 different reforms which goes step by step where it was broken down, and maybe she should have read those cables, and i would hope that john kerry -- >> she doesn't have to. with the enhanced technology we have. >> john, let me talk to your point. >> she is not going to read every cable. >> the cable was addressed to her. we have a copy of the cable on this broadcast. >> john, let me talk to your point. you're exactly right. if she is going to do this million miles of travel there ought to be an executive deputy of
bet ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight emmy-winning sportscaster for nbc, please welcome back to the program bob costas. ( cheers and applause ) nice to see you. >> how are you doing jon: always good to have a guest on that i can swap jackets with. we're going to talk sports. there's nothing that i like better than talking sports but before we get to the sports i have to talk to you about you found yourself at the center of a plit conversation when at half time during a football game tragedy in kansas city. >> right jon: with the football player who killed himself and then his girlfriend. you spoke of a gun culture >> right jon: and... quoted jason whitt lock a columnist from kansas city and now writes for the fox sports website who never mentioned the second amendment or gun control but talked about a gun culture which i do believe exists. it's an attitude toward guns. obviously i think any sane person believes that we ought not to have high capacity magazines and assault rifles and that there ought to be background checks. you should be in a country wher
analysis i think what cory is doing is pretty smart. he is placing a bet that frank is not going to run again and he is trying to position himself at the head of the line for anybody else who might aspire to replace frank. and so this is not a game for wall flowers or folks who are -- at the end of the day it is a pretty darwinian game. >> listen to this. this is what booker said in that wnbc interview. >> as frustrated as i was with him for taking time to evolve, as he said, it was a glorious thing to see the first president of the united states stand up and affirm equality. >> talking about same sex marriage and marriage equality. should republicans reconsider their stance on issues such as same sex marriage? >> i don't think so. earlier today colin powell talked about the dark vein of intolerance. that plays both ways when you have folks on the left who will take a defense of traditional marriage as being an act of bigotry. i think we need to grow up and play this out in the public arena and in the legislate chb bodies of the country. >> the president's comments made before the elect
to say about that on mark. >> is he liberal? you bet. he will offer the president his advice but i guarantee you, he's a great soldier, jack lew will march forward. >> jared, as a person who has a reputation does that make him kryptonite to the gop and make him tone-deaf? >> he's not all that liberal. i would argue he's hawkish on the budget deficit. i think his track record, again, involves protecting programs that are important to economically vulnerable people. i don't think that makes you particularly liberal. the thing about jack lew not getting along with the gop has been because of with capitol hill. he's quite well liked up. i actually don't think he'll have a big problem getting confirmed. >> as an insider, what is your ideas, the controversy, alleged controversy, or lack thereof of the cabinet nominations? >> you know, i think it's relevant. i think that your cabinet doesn't have to exactly reflect your population. but it should come as close as you can. and you know, you don't have to be quota like about it. but there really is something that people of different gender a
the 49ers favored by four points. here is a tip, don't bet the game. don't do it. if you absolutely have to bet it, if you're emotionally involved and don't bid more than 20 bucks. nobody can predict this one. both teams are evenly matched. the factor tip of the day. no one knows. no edge. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website, different from billoreilly.com and talking points memo, post it there. and spout out about the factor, from anywhere in the world, lots to it talk about tonight. oreilly@foxnews.com, and anytime if you wish to opine, and an uppity word today. don't be verecund. and anywhere in the world, i got a letter from the south pole, from nepal, from iceland, and again, thanks for watching tonight. i'll bill o'reilly, remember the spin stops right here because >> i feel like i should pinch myself right now. i can't believe i have this vantage point. >> so you're what? about 15 or 20 feet from the sflez. >> probably a good, i would say 50 feet from the president right now. very, very close. >> sean: history repeats, someone pinch me.
safer bet. and for a lot of people with poor credit and financial issues, i suggest going to the pawn shop because in the end, it's a lot safer bet. >> jamie: people might not realize that they can get a loan and pay their property baccalaureate. but they can sell it outright and not have to worry about a credit agency or anyone coming after you. but how do you know? we saw a clip where the gentleman thought he had something, he was willing to take their 300. you told him it's worth $2500 and you settled at $1750. i forget what the number was. how do we know what our stuff's worth in. >> like when you sell your house, or trade your car in, really do your due diligence. you upon, there is the information box at home, the internet. just do a lot of research. don't take your first offer. go from store to store and check them out. if you walk into a store and you don't feel comfortable, walk out. it's just that simple. it's just like, you know, due diligence. >> jamie: people don't realize, i think, how highly regulated the pawn business is. you have to keep detailed informs and receipts.
bandwagon hats back on for another right. on february 21st, 2011. on cnn gts offered a bet that the reigning regime will not be there in a year's time, close quote. two days later and foreign policy, hillary and i took stairstep a nice feature. i recognize the notion that two former u.s. government officials turn university professors betting george soros and anything made an absurd, but that's what we did. we given that not only with the islamic republic still beat the rams government and a year's time, but the balance of influence and power in the middle east to be tilted even further in the favor. almost two years since iris made his feature as they were eager to collect on it. later in 2011, the back-and-forth between ayatollah khomeini, the islamic republic later and president ahmadinejad over the resignation reinstatement of the intelligence minister and other issues. the same cast of iran expert on mainstream media gave developments overblown, even hysterical treatment portraying them as unprecedented signs of an insecure regime. such analyses revealed the very least lamentable ignora
you. >> jennifer: you bet. let me start with you clarissa what i'm -- i'm curious about the psychology what was the status for having the president back off of his own proposal and instead support the senator's proposal. >> first of all the president is still going to nevada tomorrow and delivering a speech that we all expect will have a very aggressive and forward lean on the issue of immigration. giving these senator space to come forward to these proposal is if you are motivated by real solutions we all know we need to get a deal to the president's desk. and it was important to do that. >> jennifer: yeah, i'm -- i'm glad to see that you can -- you know, set your ego aside and allow the senate to come forward with something that is by partisan, and if the president lobbed his own plan in that, who knows what would have happened. matt, are you worried that jan brewer and other border-state officials will end up vetoing, essentially these immigration measures by having to certedfy? >> yeah, i think you have hit on exactly what was the biggest troubl
cents, energy bear, efy, outperforming today the leveraged etf makes a triple bearish bet on energy market, a trifecta if you like. sandra: a new report out from fannie mae giving a lift to two housing-related plays, sill yo and trillo. 40% of the people think home prices will go up in the new year. >>> earnings season about to kick off. we have an analyst from thomson reuters with three stocks, he said, ashley will beat. he has three stocks that he thinks will beat earnings estimates. they may surprise you. ashley: get a pen and paper. write them down. the college bowl season reaching its pique as noter -- peak as notre dame takes on alabama. would that be better or worse for business though? we'll investigate. sandra: we certainly will. first we'll take, tell you what drove the markets today with today's data download. stocks falling with all three major averages closing lower as investors get ready for tomorrow's start of fourth quarter earnings season, everybody. s&p index retreating from a five-year high to end in the red. utilities and energy was the day's worst-performing sec
the speakership do you believe. >> reporter: yes, the going bet is that he retains the speaker shift. it could get diceee. there are reportedly some 25 members who have reservations about speaker boehner, only 17 of them would be needed to vote against him to make it to a second ballot, which hasn't happened in decades, and that could cause real problems. but the going bet is that he will have the votes when all comes around at about 1:00, and we should know that he's retained the speakership at about 1:45 this afternoon. bill: let's go on that assumption and address the report that came out today. you know, john boehner has tried to strike this relationship with president obama for years now, in fits and starts, it comes and it goes. but now this report that he says he's done going one-on-one with the president. what are you hearing about this? what do you make a of it? >> reporter: i think it's a signal to his casin saudi to sacaucus that this was a one-time deal. after all the healthcare become and forth and the uproar, you'll remember nancy pelosi saying, you know, we'll see what is in the bil
states of america is in fact a safe bet. markets could go haywire. jon: well the naysayers have pointed out the president is wrong on that, because the treasury is collecting tax revenue every single day. we'd be able to pay a lot of the bills that he's talking about. >> that's absolutely right. i was watching the clock as you were playing that click, in the time according to your math in the time it took to run that clip we went $1.1 million more in debt. someone else can check my math. the simple fact is all this talk about default and if we don't do this we will default on our debt and all the rest, this is the democratic talking point, this is the democratic -- democratic administration that is using default as a bargaining chip. they are the ones who say if you had put any conditions on what we want to do, in terms of unlimited more borrowing, we are going to default. well that is a condition. to basically say that you're not going to have any kind of strange restraint, you're not going to chain it to gpi. you're simply saying you're going to borrow more with no strings attach that
in the united states at risk, so we can cut medicare. that just won't happen. >> that's what people are betting on. >> that's exactly what republicans are betting on. we went to the well. we let the president get what he wanted on the fiscal cliff. but when it comes to the debt ceiling, he's going to have to cough up some spending cuts and they are saying they are prepared to go to the brink on this even if it means, you know, questioning the full faith and credit of the american government. >> but, yeah -- >> look, the republicans need to wake up and get real. we're the only country on earth that has a debt ceiling limit. ultimately as part of a grand bargain we ought to get rid of it and we ought to substitute statutory budget controls and the constitutional credit cart limit, the gdp but in the interim if the republicans wasn't to use leverage they ought to use it on the sequester and continuing resolution. >> right on the heels -- >> we should not allow this to become thought of as a legitimate or normal budget strategy. this is hostage-taking. this is saying walk into a room saying i've go
% cheap to the u.s. i think not only is china a great place, probably a safer bet than being in parts of the u.s. market and parts of europe. >> although i think it's a trade rather than an investment. >> i would hold the water on that. >> i think that we learned last week the dangers of being out of the u.s. market to some degree. we're with you. we're overweight emerging markets in here. and we see it. but i don't think we should underestimate the opportunities in the u.s. market at least by year end. >> maybe. but when you look at what's going on in washington, i mean, sure. you can call the back and forth nonsense and i agree with you. but the fact is something gets cut. so money stops going into certain areas. we are going to see only cuts as sort of an agreement around this debt ceiling. so does that impact certain sectors and earnings? >> maybe. but we're a wash in liquidity again. we're in that type of market. >> yes. >> i think the economy is going to end up being far stronger than people realize. that will take over and overtake the fiscal austerity. however we get there, i
elsewhere. >> i bet. >> you're losing money on those accounts, right? >> the reality it's grown so much because of the strong asset gathering, we've been doing the last two years over $40 billion. the reality is the percentage of client cash to total assets is actually still in the range of 15% to 20%. it hasn't moved. >> what's going to bring them back then? go back to that first question michelle was asking what. will get that $90 billion to be put to work again, do you think? >> i do believe that what we have right now is the economy is getting better. the equity markets have improved. standard & poor's 500 was up. the s&p 500 was up 13%, 14%, up 4% year to date. >> right. >> the economy is starting to show good signs. as long as we don't have it derailed in washington. >> i was just going to ask. >> i think things could get better. >> could washington still screw this up? >> absolutely. i don't think it takes much to have another debt ceiling debate and debacle would not be helpful here. i think there's so much minon the sidelines between the retail investor and the corporate americ
to the american people for two consecutive weeks? forgive me, i'm going to bet it makes a difference to the families of the four dead americans. and another moment between rand paul and he told she should be fired over her epic failure in her department. >> i'm glad you're accepting responsibility. i think ultimately with your leaving you accept the culpability for the worst tragedy since 9/11 and i really mean that. had i been president and i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, you did not read the cables from ambassador stevens, i would have relieved you of your post. i think it's inexcusable, inexcusable that you did not know about this and you did not read these cables. i would think by anybody's estimation, libya has to have been one of the hottest of hot spots around the world. it was a failure of leadership not to be involved. >> sean: joining me tonight is kentucky senator rand paul. welcome back, welcome to the program. >> glad to be with you. let's get your overview of what you thought of the hearings. what did you think specifically about her answers toda
a bet on the election. >> sean: oh, boy. >> that you were going to take me to dinner if the president won, well, we had the inauguration, he won, sean and my friend mario in chicago, he watched your show, he told me you would never take a democrat to dinner. >> sean: i will so. >> he said it would never happen. i told awe month ago. >> i paid off. >> and spending will not solve your obligation, more spending is not the answer, redistributing wealth. >> that's why i have come to prove what-- that you would have dinner with me. i was only able to locate a nathan's hot dog nugget for us, sean, but i'm having dinner with sean hannity. >> sean: and show everybody the ruth's chris gift certificate i sent you. >> how do i know this doesn't come from some nefarious super pac or otherwise. >> sean: i don't know anybody in super pac for crying out loud. good, we ate dinner. all right, wait a minute, so if tiger woods and phil mickleson are saying they're going to leave their states, if you have nicolas sarkozy is going to leave french and gerard depardieu, hang on a second, doesn't it tell you
't go out on the ice. a lot of people ended up in ditches, fire trucks and the best bet is extra braking. and the official total in central park, 1.5 inches, alex. but not melting because it's so cold, it will warm up this week in new york city, so watch your -- watch above, from the skyscrapers, may be ice and snow coming off the skyscrapers as temperatures climb above 40 degrees by tuesday. >> good advice, as always. appreciate that. >>> a little later on this morning, thousands, including newtown residents will gather on the national mall in washington to rally for stricter gun laws, kristen welker with more. good saturday morning to you. >> good morning, alex. in fact, as many as 5,000 people are expected to march on the mall today for new gun control, and despite the groundswell of public support, this is still one of the most divisive issues in the nation. vice president joe biden made a public push, made a roundtable discussion in the particularly gun friendly area of richmond, virginia. >> we talked about the need to expand mental health capacity across the country. about access,
it be sold as a pro-growth measure? >> you bet, you bet it can. just on the regular immigration reform that people think about. that's pro-growth, but what you mentioned, few people realize is part of this. on the high-tech side, we have american companies that are having a whale of a time finding enough americans to fill positions in the so-called stem fields. and this would deal with that issue and it would allow individuals who are educated in our universities receiving masters and ph.d.s to be able to stay here. and that's a good thing. too many research facilities are being set up by microsoft in canada or elsewhere rather than doing it here simply because they can't find workers. >> i call it brainiacs, the resolution, and i think it's very important. let me ask you about this, in terms of the house, and probably in terms of the senate too, what about the security? what kind of border security. we've made a lot of investments, what more will be in this bill? >> well, for the first time you have real triggers here. some people concerned about granting citizenship. and let me tell
they want to give to their country. >> senator, real quickly, you made a super bowl bet. i want to break some news here. you made a super bowl bet with maryland senators, so if the ravens use, they'll hand over maryland crab cakes, beers, and cookies, and if the 49ers lose, you'll send over some crab, napa valley wine, san fran bread, and cheeses. apparently right now you have the odds. so do you have a message for the folks in maryland? >> well, i love the folks of maryland, but i have to say, get ready to be crabby. because we're going to make it. >> i don't know. with all due respect, i'm from baltimore, and you guys are going down. >> oh, no. >> and you will enjoy those burger cookies. you will enjoy those burger cookies, trust me. >> the ravens will fly away. >> we shall see. but i think i should just personally send you some burg r ier cookies, anyway. you should want to lose. they're really good. trust me. >> i'll send you sour doug bread. >>> the 113th congress has a lot to do on their list over the next few months. immigration reform as well as gun violence. but can they take c
team has the story. >> reporter: for a dozen years education policymakers bet more testing and more accountability would mean more learning. but the gains have been modest at best and achievement gaps persist. and then there's everything that's not on the tests-- like creativity, responsibility and self-motivation. leaders in business and academia say not enough is being done to develop these vital traits. one possible solution? give students ways to apply their learning to bigger things than taking tests. >> we're building robots that are made to collect resources which are ping-pong balls. >> reporter: this was 13-year-old nathaniel's introduction to the idea that nations compete for scarce energy resources. >> you can do whatever you want to make them do this but they have to be able to go out, get ping-pong balls and bring them back. >> reporter: building robots kicked off a four-month study of energy by eighth grade students at king middle school in portland, maine. it's the theme of all their classes and it's led by science teacher peter hill. >> the school's approach is if ev
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